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The bizarre world of the DEA

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I’ve talked a couple of times about the offensive DEA museum exhibit that’s currently on display in Times Square in New York (and opened, of course, on September 11): Target America: Drug Traffickers, Terrorists and You (See my earlier posts here and here).
This exhibit uses actual materials from the wreckage of the world trade center to promote the drug users are terrorists mantra.
Well, my friend Adam spent some time in New York last month and he stopped by the exhibit. He says it’s as bad as I imagined it. He actually got physically ill from seeing the way that the DEA exploited the 9/11 tragedy.
He couldn’t handle actually going through the entire exhibit (apparently there were some additional special rooms).
But as he left, he noticed that there was a gift shop.
And he bought me this.
When he gave it to me, I broke into uncontrollable laughter at the absurdity of it all…

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The DEA. They destroy your country. They lay the blame for the violence they cause on the citizens they are supposed to protect. They sully the memory of those who died in 9/11 in order to glorify their own unconstitutional activities.
But it’s all good. At least you can buy a cute beanie-baby moose wearing a DEA T-shirt in the museum gift shop.

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